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    John Hunt

    Robert DiSalvo

    Jerome Malinge

    Students will learn the needed entry level skills to work in residential home construction and the Carpenters Union Apprentice program on large scale construction projects. Also, training on: Computer Numerical Control operations related to cabinet/custom woodworking. The 11th and 12th grade students will gain work-based skills while completing residential construction projects such as sheds, decks and additions. Students will participate in designing a display for the New England Home Show, their junior and senior year. Internships are also available to junior and senior students during the school year.


  • Local Collaborations:

    Carpenters Local 330

    North Atlantic States Carpenters Training Fund

    JD Cement Works

    Jutras Woodworking

    Arnold Lumber

    RIBA (Rhode Island Builders Association)


    Certifications Earned: 

    HBI Core

    HBI Carpentry



    First Aid and Safety



  • Career Pathways  

    Carpenter for the Carpenter’s Union

    Any Construction Company.

    Direct Entry into the workforce:

    • Salesperson for a hardware company
    • Roofer
    • Cabinet Maker 
    • Insulator 
    • Drywall Installer
    • Framer
    • Estimator
    • Sider
    • Plasterer 
    • Interior and Exterior Trim Installer

    Post-Secondary Associates Degree, Certificates and Licensure:

    • Building Construction Technology Associate/Bachelor Degree
    • Contractor’s Registration 
    • Commercial Roofing License
    • Home Inspector License
    • Carpenter Apprenticeship  

    4 year + University Degree:

    • New England Institute Of Technology-Warwick, RI
      • Architecture 
      • Interior Design
      • Construction Management
      • Professional Building Trades
    • Roger Williams University-Bristol, RI
      • Civil Construction
      • Advanced Project  Management
      • Construction Estimating & Bidding
      • Construction Liability and Contracts